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New Faculty Positions in
Biology of Behavior

Neuron and Network

We are excited to announce two open positions as part of the planned strategic growth in the Department of Biology. We invite creative, innovative, dynamic individuals who would like to be part of a strong team to apply for the following tenured/tenure-track faculty positions, which begin fall 2018:

  • A Behavioral Geneticist who uses transcriptomic or related “–omics” methods to examine the evolution or regulation of organismal behavior. As part of our Biology of Behavior strategic initiative, the department is committed to building an internationally recognized center of excellence in the biology of organismal behavior.
  • A Proteomics specialist using proteomics methods to address wide-ranging basic and translational research problems that bridge biological and anthropological sciences. 

We are searching for collaborative thinkers to join us in taking an integrative and multifaceted approach to revealing the ultimate and proximate causes of behavior as well as integrating evolutionary, developmental, physiological and genetic mechanisms of behavior from the social to molecular levels.

Apply at the links below:

Behavioral Geneticist (open rank)

Proteomics – Tenure-Track Assistant Professor

 

New Faculty Position in
Genomic Ichthyology

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We are delighted to announce an open position between the Department of Biology & the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. We invite creative, innovative, dynamic individuals who would like to be part of a strong team to apply for the following tenured/tenure-track faculty position, which will begin in fall 2018:

  • Assistant Professor/Curator – Genetic/Genomic Ichthyologist with a collection-based research program involving molecular approaches to studying fish systems. We are especially interested in candidates who use genomic tools and data sets in combination with innovative computational, ecological, behavioral and/or comparative approaches to address important biological questions ranging from the origin and maintenance of organismal diversity, adaptation to changing environments, evolution, conservation, and human health and disease. 

Apply at the link below:

Assistant Professor/Curator – Genetic/Genomic Ichthyologist